Invasive plant alters ability to predict disease vector distribution.


Risk models for vector-borne diseases rely on accurate quantification of the relationship between vector abundance and habitat, but this relationship can be obscured if habitats are modified by invasive species in ways that alter vector behavior but are undetectable in remotely sensed data. At a forest in eastern Missouri we assessed whether the presence of… (More)


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@article{Conley2011InvasivePA, title={Invasive plant alters ability to predict disease vector distribution.}, author={Amy K Conley and James I. Watling and John L Orrock}, journal={Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America}, year={2011}, volume={21 2}, pages={329-34} }